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bomberos que acudio a una llamada de emergencia esta manana en doscia avenida bayside... la policia de prince williams indica que el cuerpo estaba tan calcinado hombre o una mujer.. los restos fueron enviados a la morgue para sia la cadena de restaurantes chipotle, recientemente despedidos por carecer de documentos migratorios que les permita trabajar legalemente en este pais continuan su campana para que les paguen beneficios y salarios que presuntamente no les fueron cancelados cuando fueron retirados... hoy organizaron una protesta enfrente de uno de los restaurantes involucrados conjuntamente con activistas y representantes del concejo municipal de la capital que abogan por los aproximadamente 90- los trabajadores se estan quejando tambien por la poca consideracion de sus empleadores al momento del despido, mientras las organizaciones que abogan por sus derechos no descartan la posibilidad de extender sus protestas a un mientras tanto la cadena chipotle a traves de un comunicado de prensa sostiene que todos los beneficios y salarios fueron pagados y que la extrema medida que impli
created by the program. we have some challenges that we did not have. we have the bayside issues, but we also learned about these seismic standards. do you want to go through your top-10? >> are these on conflicts or more general? >> good afternoon. i am the assistant general manager. one of the big lessons was definitely the conflict of interest. as you recall, we started with -- and after five years, the companies ended up with parsons and jacobs. one of the things that happened is that the competed and say formed two teams to compete against each other. and there was a learning curve. we had to teach them that we built over the first five years, after that five years, ruston's broke up again and they competed against each other and then parsons' teamed up with -- and -- went after it. parsons and -- one and because of the conflict of interest, we had to bifurcate the contract because parsons in the pre construction activity. the thing that we learned and that whole process is to get one partner that will help us from the beginning to the end so that we can have a comfort but they need
, this is an improvement program and we went back and look at seven years' worth of data. we will see these in the bayside system. i have come up with a plan that we revisit every five years. we are looking at a storm intensity surge. >> i am glad that at work is ongoing because i do think that the adaptation peace moves us forward, the better. we know what is coming and some of this is already happening. you did not mention anything about our actual facilities in the southeast treatment. both of those are pretty low- line as well. -- low-lying as well. >> this does factoring and looking at new facilities that will be in place for 5200 years. we are looking at many different aspects. we are looking at one that was considered which was a likelihood of flooding. we are looking at areas which would be inundated with in the foreseeable future up to 55 inches but we have 2100 to 55 inches because when you're building a permanent facility that we are depending on to treat our waste water, we would prefer it would be there. we do consider that when we are citing a facility. this would be a challenge as well >> w
for any air conditioning, so we have cool air intake on the bayside. that cools the building down. when i first artwork in here, i was fascinated with all the arches, the repetitive arches. the original architect used it as a symbol of the talks in rome, a symbol of how important the water and the waterways are to us city. -- to the city. it looks like an aqueduct structure. >> what are the uses of this floor and above? >> we have about 10 it office spaces, private businesses, law firm, financial management, lobbying firms. there are all local businesses. -- they are all local businesses, very supportive of the marketplace. >> i know that some part of this building, the water goes underneath, the bay water is under there? >> yes. >> is it under the whole building? >> there is a sea wall, probably right under where you are standing. a lot of it is on the pilings. >> i have seen a guy on a little boat that goes under there and make repairs. >> and also, the coast guard comes, anytime there are logs floating in the water, we have to call the coast guard. acting get hung up underneath the pip
that pump flows out on the bayside. we're looking at ways to block the system so we are not getting as much salt water in, but in some cases, that can cause an upstream problem by blocking the outflow that might cause flooding on land. it is going to affect how we cite things. where we can build the digestive facility. we might not want to be building in the day lands where there would be issues with sea level rise and we could be affected by that. we want them to be able to have a 100-year life so we can have an asset that will be in place for some time. treatment plants, we're not planning on moving them to higher ground. they are at the perfect location to maximize our benefits of gravity. they are sited so that gravity can stay on our side. and, of course, how help me with this. achieving economic and environmental sustainability. it is a lot of things, beneficial to all the different things. the outcomes of wastewater treatment. it is also getting to the point where we have stabilized life cycle costs, so we have not just up and down. we did not have emergency response types of things.
on bayside avenue yesterday morning. police are trying to identify the remains and so far no word on how the person died or what sparked that fire. >>> and faa controller falls asleep possibly while on duty prompting some big changes. now, the transportation secretary has ordered that two air traffic controllers be on duty at reagan national airport late at night. this is following an incident where two planes landed without tower clearance because they could not reach the lone controller. we have a report. >> reporter: it was midnight and no one is in the traffic control tower to guide them in. this is pilot audio from live stc.net. >> american 1900, so you are aware, the tower is apparently not manned. we've made a few phone calls. nobody is answering. two airplanes went in in the past 10, 15 minutes. you can expect to go in as an uncontrolled airport. miami circled the arport after getting no response from a tower. minutes later, a plane from chicago couldn't get a response either. >> is there a reason it is not manned? >> i'm going to take a guess and say that the controller got lock
inside of a dumpster on bayside avenue in woodbridge. they were called for a report of a dumpster fire near an apartment complex. it is not clear how the fire started. >>> on to the other big story we are following this morning. asleep at the tower? a person in charge clearing planes for landing as excused of snoozing on the job. the alarming incident prompting action from transportation secretary ray la hood. sherry ly has more now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the transportation secretary has now ordered that there be two air traffic controllers on duty at all times here at reagan national airport saying that it is unacceptable to have just one person in the tower in such critical air space. not only that, but he has ordered a review at airports across the country, this after two planes landed here without clearance because the lone person in the tower apparently fell asleep. the planes were coming in around midnight wednesday morning with 165 passengers and crew aboard and no one to guide them in. the pilots tried repeatedly to radio the tower but no one answered. a regi
. >>> human remains were discovered in a woodbrige dumpster after firefighters put out a dumpster on bayside ave. police bentonite canvassing the area for information and handing out fliers. investigators cannot tell if the victim was a man or a woman. >>> following developing news this morning. the faa is investigating allegations that an air traffic controller was sleeping on the job at reagan national airport when two commercial pilots tried to land yesterday. pamela brown joins us live from the airport with details. >> we have learned this morning that the ntsb pass confirmed pilots from two separate flights were not able to make contact with the tower at reagan national airport in the early morning hours on wednesday. there was only one air-traffic controller inside the tower at the time. a supervisor who allegedly fell asleep while on duty. an american airlines pilot on a flight from miami with a plane full of passengers could not reach reagan national, co-pilot had to contact the region's terminal center, located in virginia. 15 minutes later united flight from chicago safely landed a
. the human remains were discovered inside the dumpster on bayside avenue after a fire was reported. when firefighters put out the flames before found the body. police spent the night canvassing for information and handing out fliers. investigators cannot tell if the victim is a man or a woman. >>> a 15-year-old girl accused of killing a d.c. high school students will be back in court today. she is charged with killing 18- year-old gary gordon at a southeast apartment on sunday. earlier this week the garrelts said that she was playing with the gun when she accidentally shot him. >>> and maryland senator what pepco held accountable for power outages. barbara allowsbarbara mikulski is asking for stronger liability standards. she says the frequent blackouts are serious safety issue. >>> following some breaking news. the faa is investigating allegations that an air-traffic controller was sleeping on the job at reagan national airport 20 bill commercial pilots tried to land. pamela brown joins us with details. >> there's still a lot unfolding in this story. this morning the ntsb confirms that
60 at the beaches to the mid-60s bayi had sow and -- bayside. westerly at 20 miles per hour. it will be quite seasonal. the near or record warm temperatures on wednesday and thursday. we will call it partly cloudy on friday. we will establish a chance of rain showers returning right here on saturday. turning partly cloudy on sunday with partial clearing on monday. i love this, missy wrote me an e-mail on friday and asked me the weather for clear lake over the weekend. i gave it to her and she sent me a picture of vallary that eagle in clear lake. thanks and keep the photos coming here to cbs5.com. >> roberta, it is a little chilly and windy here at at&t park. here at the world series one important piece of the giants puzzle is not here. we will tell you about that next. ,,,,,,,,,, ♪ have a good daisy ♪ eat well, live long ♪ have a good daisy, work out, get strong ♪ ♪ when you need a lift, just sing a song ♪ ♪ and have a good daisy ♪ have a good daisy with a natural treat ♪ ♪ have a good daisy, healthy foods to eat ♪ ♪ when you want some joy, dance to
, we currently still have 72 in santa rosa after a high today of 73 degrees. bayside mostly clear skies. and a little bit on the breezy side around the seashore. tonight overnight numbers mild. the 40s and 50s. northwest breeze 10-15. tomorrow those breezes will kick up to about 20 offshore because we have high pressure and it is strengthening. as it does so it is diverting the storm track to the north of the bay area. these are clouds that undercut that ridge of high pressure made into the bay area today. not so much the case after tomorrow morning. in fact, we are going to be flirting with near or record warmth tomorrow. and then again on thursday. the record in santa rosa is 82. we should break that and get awfully close to that record in santa cruz. meanwhile your pinpoint forecast at 61 to 88. 78 degrees in san jose. 86 outside number on thursday. numbers gradually come down on friday. we re-introduce a chance of rain right here in the bay area on saturday. otherwise partial clearing sunday through tuesday. we will talk about pollen report. dana, it's something that you and ken wil
bayside avenue in wood bridge. that's where pat collins joins us live with details. >> a broad daylight discovery. a burned body in this dumpster. the victim, so far the age unknown. the sex unknown. the cause of death unknown. the bay view apartments. 9:15 this morning. kids going off to school. people going off to work. a fire in this dumpster. first smoke, then a big blue flame. then a startling discovery. >> a body. >> yeah. in our dumpster that we use on a daily basis. >> reporter: what do you make of this? >> it scares me. >> the body will be transferred to the medical examiner's office for further analysis to hopefully determine identity. >> reporter: they're calling this a suspicious death. a very suspicious death. in fact, they're investigating this as a possible case of murder. >> scary. it's very scary. to be so close but unfortunately, these things are happening quite often in this world today. >> reporter: cops all over the place. some in special crime suits so they can properly work this scorched scene. residents say the dumpster had been emptied last night. that this morn
investigated as a suspicious death. firefighters found a badly- burned body inside a dumpster on bayside avenue in woodbridge yesterday while on a call for a reported of a fire near an apartment complex. police are trying to identify the remains. it's not clear how the person died or how the fire started. >>> the big story this morning, sleeping on the job can get you into trouble in any profession. but in some cases it could be a patter of life and death. one person in charge of clearing planes for landing was apparently sound asleep during the midnight shift at reagan national. fox 5's sherry ly is there live this morning with more details. sherry. >> reporter: imagine being one of the passengers on those planes? one person who was on that flight from miami told fox 5 that the pilot came over the speaker and told them that they couldn't land because no one was in the tower. essentially the planes were flying blind. the two planes, a bowing 737 from miami and an airbus a 320 from chicago were minutes from reagan national airport. as usual they contacted the tower to get clearance to land and t
. investigators found a badly burned body inside a dumpster on bayside avenue. the firefighters were initially called to the scene for a report of a dumpster fire near an apartment complex. when they put out the fire, they found what is believed to be a body inside. no word on age or gender at this point. the police are investigating this as a suspicious death. >>> a rescue caught in action today in woodbridge. a car and van collided on route 1. the van flipped over and these peel rushed to the scene to help. one man jumped on top of the van trying to pull the door open to rescue the woman inside and others helped get her out of the van. they stayed on the scene to cold front her until paramedics arrived. >> and to see the accident. >> and i don't know. >> the paramedics took her and the driver of the other car to the hospital and they're both expected to be okay. >>> she may have been the ultimate beauty star. the 79-year-old died in los angeles after spending six weeks in the hospital. beth parker is in the newsroom with her life and close ties to the district. beth? >> reporter: it's ironic
-american kid. he wore number 79 on his baseball team at bayside high where he lived. he was called sal by his friends. he became a research assistant at rockefeller university and drove an ambulance part time. he saw all of the "star wars" mov movies, and it's well known that he was read with the young jedi license plates. he bravely sacrificed his life to try to help others on 9/11. after the tragedy, some people tried to smear his character solely because of his islamic faith. some people spread false rumors and speculated that he was in league with the attackers because he was a muslim. but it was only when his remains were identified that these lies were exposed. he was a fellow american who gave his life for other americans. his life should not be identified as just a member of an ethic group or just a member of a religion, but as an american who gave everything for his fellow americans. >> congressman ellison's testimony goes to the heart of what is wrong with these hearings. smearing people because of their ethnicity and lumping them in with terrorists because of their faith is grotesq
on the high school football team at bayside queens, where he lived. he was called sal by his friends. he became a research assistant at the rockefeller university and drove an ambulance part-time. one christmas he sang handel's "messiah" in queens. he saw all of the "star war" movies. and it's well known that his new honda was the one that read with the young jedi license plates. mr. hamdani bravely sacrificed his life to try to help others on 9/11. after the tragedy some people tried to smear his character solely because of his islamic faith. some people spread false rumors and speculated that he was in league with the attackers because he was a muslim. but it was only when his remains were identified that these lies were exposed. mohammed salman hamdani was a fellow american who gave his life for other americans. his life should not be identified as just a member of an ethic group or just a member of a religion but as an american who gave everything for his fellow americans. i yield back. >> joining me now, imam faisal abdul rauf. thank you very much for joining us tonight. >> my pleas
william county. firefighters found a badly burned body inside of a dumpster on bayside avenue in woodbridge yesterday. police are trying to identify the remains right now but it is not clear how the person died or how that fire started. >>> now to the disaster in japan. warnings over higher radiation in tap water sent a lot of people running for bottled water. officials in tokyo now say the water is safe but that's not stopping people from hoarding water. shoppers cleared out store shelves. and in the meantime at the damaged nuclear plant workers were exposed to radiation. two of them in radio active water while laying cables. death toll continues to rise from the quake and tsunami. so far 9400 bodies have been counted. >>> a special relief effort to help the people of japan also takes place in our area tonight. >> you are invited to stand with japan. it is an event sponsored by the national cherry blossom festival. people will gather at 6:30 this evening at the sylvan theater near the washington monument and then take part in a walk ar
-american did. he wore number 79 on the high school football team in bayside queens where he lived. he was called sal by his friends. he became a research assistant at the rockefeller university and drove an ambulance part time. one christmas he sang handel's "messiah" in queens. he saw all of the "star war" movies, and it's well known that his new honda read the young jedi license plates. he bravely sacrificed his life to try to help others on 9/11. after the tragedy, some people tried to smear his character. solely because of his islamic faith. some people spread false rumors and speculated that he was in league with the attackers because he was a muslim. but if the only way his remains were identified, he was a fellow american who gave his life for other americans. his life should not be identified as just a member of an ethnic group or just a member of a religion, but as an american who gave everything for his fellow americans. i yield back. >> mr. chairman. >> i thank the gentleman for his testimony. >> wow, very emotional testimony right there from congressman keith ellison. i wa
school football team in bayside queens where he lived. he was called salbi his friends. he became a research assistant at the rockefeller university and drove an ambulance part time. one christmas he sang handel's messiah in queens. he saw all of the star war movies. it's well known that his new honda read with the young jedi license plates. you bravely sacrificed his life to try to help others on 9/11. after the tragedy, some people tried to smear his character. solely because of his islamic faith. some people spread false rumors and speculated that he was in league with the attackers because he was a muslim. but it was only when his remains were identify ied that these li were exposed. muhammed hamdani was a young american who gave his life for other americans. his life should not be identified as just a member of an ethic group or just a member of a religion, but as an american who gave everything for his fellow americans. i yield back. >> i thank the gentleman for his testimony. >> mr. chairman? >> gentle lady from texas. >> being moved by the statement of mr. ellison, i am wo
football team in bayside queens where he lived. he was called salbi his friends. he became a research assistant at the rockefeller university and drove an ambulance part time. one christmas he sang handel's messiah in queens. he saw all of the star war movies. it's well known that his new honda read with the young jedi license plates. you bravely sacrifed his life to try to help others on 9/11. after the tragedy, some people tried to smear his character. solely because of his islamic faith. someeople spread false rumors and speculated that he was in league with the attackers because he was a muslim. but it was only when his remains were identify ied that these li were exposed. muhammedhamdani was a young american whoave his life for other americans. his life should not be identified as just a member of an ethic group or just a member of a religion, but as an american who gave everything for his fellow americans. i yield back. >> i thank the gentleman for his testimony. >> mr. chairman? >> gentle lady from texas. >> being moved by the statement of mr. ellison, i am wondering whether or
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